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Week 9/15/14: Find limits algebraically

This week, we will be reviewing / learning:
  1. Find limits algebraically
  2. Find the limits at the infinity.
  3. find the limits involving trigonometric functions.
  4. Make correction to the Test of 9/12/14

Week 9/08/14: Find limits graphically and algebraically

This week, we will be learning:
  1. how to find limits algebraically ( limits involving square roots)

We will have test on Thursday and it will cover:

  1. Find limits algebraically ( four forms of indeterminate form)
  2. Find limits algebraically ( limits when you have piece wise functions)
  3. Find limits graphically
  4. Recognize points of discontinuity (vertical asymptotes and holes)

Review these concepts from your handouts.

Week 09/01/14: Find limits algebraically

This week, we will be learning:
  1. how to find the difference of quotient
  2. how to find limits algebraically

We will be using the following worksheets:Notes Day 4 Limits Algebraically (5)

Week 8/25/14: Find limits graphically and numerically

This week, we will be learning:
  1. how to find one sided limits graphically and numerically.
  2. how to find limits at a point graphically and numerically

We will be using the following worksheets:  Notes Graphically and Numerically Limits 1, and  One-Sided Limits Graphically

Week of 8/18/14: Prerequisite Algebra Skills

This week, we will be reviewing/learning:
  1. the concept “slope” and its application in the real world
  2. how to find the slope and write equation of a line
  3. how to rationalize
  4. how to factor a trinomial
  5. how to factor the sum/difference of perfect squares/cubes
  6. how to find sin, cos, and tan of angle without using the unit circle
  7. how to graph piece- wise function and answer questions related to.

We will be using the following worksheets: Calculus and AP Calculus Review and Unit Circle and Piece-Wise Functions.

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